FAQs on W-2 Forms

What is Form W-3?

As a transmittal form for Form W-2, Form W-3 is filled out by employers to report the total wages, tips, and other compensation paid to and taxes withheld from employees' wages. When paper filing, Form W-3 must always be submitted with Form W-2 to the SSA, even if only one W-2 is filed. There is no need to file Form W-3 when e-filing a W-2 return with the SSA. Form W-3 should never be filed alone.

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